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Northern Ireland Off The Richter Scale...

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Yippee, all that saving has paid off... Oh bu**er no it hasn't:

"Ulster's record-breaking property prices are not deterring house-buyers and investors in particular, the latest local house price survey revealed today.

The University of Ulster Quarterly House Price Index shows Northern Ireland is the UK's regional hotspot for house prices - with the average property price £139,520.

The cost of homes here is rising at 20% a year."

Ulster's record prices.

Can someone please explain the logic? It doesn't compute.

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